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The thrill of racing cars on the beach was first experienced in Daytona, Florida, in 1902. Since then, this city on the coast of Central East Florida has become known for the Daytona 500 and, more recently, NASCAR. Visitors flock to events at the International Speedway several times a year, and enjoy the convenience of driving right up to beach sites year-round. Daytona Florida Bed and Breakfasts welcome one and all.
Yet auto racing and driving on the beach are by no means the only reasons to visit Daytona. Nearby Ponce Inlet, a quiet town on the southern tip of the beach peninsula, is one of the area's gems. Long renowned for uncrowded beaches and superlative fishing, it seems impervious to the changes of time. The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, built in 1887, is one of the best preserved lighthouses in the country. Climb the 203 steps to the top of the tallest lighthouse in Florida and enjoy stunning views that include the "World's Most Famous Beach".
Back in Daytona, stroll along Beach Street - a wide and inviting boulevard overlooking the Halifax River. Guests of Daytona Florida Bed and Breakfasts enjoy perusing antique shops and art galleries, dining in numerous eateries relaxing in cafes. Be sure to take a look at the Halifax Historical Museum, as much for for the 1912 neoclassical architecture as for the eclectic collection within its walls.
Museum aficionados will love Daytona's impressive Museum of Arts & Sciences, which encompasses a number of smaller galleries. The diverse collections range from Americana and Coca-Cola to Cuban Art. The Center for Florida History, also at MOAS, features a marvelous 13-foot tall Giant Ground Sloth skeleton.
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